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CBS
Sep 6, 2012 7:00am PDT
the same type of turnout, we can't go down 5 or 10% and carry north carolina. same thing with virginia. so the beauty of what michelle obama and bill clinton did is they're stoking the base. now it's up to the vice president and president. >> i worry about the voters -- owe turnout is crucial and they've done what they can to take away people's rights to votes. i think there will be a backlash on that. he's right. even in his home state, his home state is not in play unless that voter suppression succeeds. >> we could lose 50 to 100,000 democratic votes if that is upheld. >> it's still a narrow path for romney in the electoral college because obama had a wide margin. he has to win florida, ohio, virginia. >> he's not going to win virginia. there's no way. it's not possible for mitt romney to win virginia. >> norah, you make a great point. i think you could see almost a kerry/bush, where kerry wins the electoral college and loses the popular vote by 3 million votes it could happen, norah is right. >> great to see you. governor dean, governor rendell. governor rendell's recent book is called
CBS
Sep 27, 2012 7:00am PDT
will be there. recent polls in virginia show the president with a slight edge, but in two of the battleground states ohio and florida, the latest cbs news poll shows romney falling behind. as jan crawford reports, some are calling for their cashed at to pick up the pace. jan? >> that's right. conservatives are starting to get anxious when they look at some of those polls. i didn't pick up any of that. i did an interview with romney and none of that was measured and he skipped several chances to land blows and he said he had harsh words for the president, but he said i'm not going to play that game. >> this is a campaign not about character assassination, even though that's what's come from the obama camp by and large. >> character assassination. ? >> yea. >> has the obama kampen gauged in character assassination. >> they tried to completely misrepresent my point of view and the american people are interested in who will make their lives better. >> reporter: romney supporters are imploring him to be more aggressive. >> get tough! >> we hear this over and over from your conservative supporters,
CBS
Sep 3, 2012 7:00am EDT
the states of new jersey, new york, ohio, pennsylvania, tennessee and virginia allow it. california allows it. in fact, the state's highway patrol supports any action that gets motorists to abide by the speed limit. >> you want people to slow down. through enforcement or word-of-mouth. as long as they slow down, that's all we're concerned with. >> but that wasn't the case in texas this summer when houston resident natalie plumber got into big trouble. >> i got handcuffed, put in the back of a cop car, taken to jail for 12 hours for holding a sign on the sidewalk. >> in june, she held up a hand-drawn sign similar to this one on the side of a houston street about a block in front of this speed trap. police officers questioned her, threatened to charge her with obstructing justice and eventually arrested her. >> the lady who was booking me, what am i here for exactly? she looked at a paper, it says here you're here for walking on the street or something. >> plummer claims she stayed on the sidewalk the whole time and accuses the cops of restricting her right to free speech. her case was eventual
CBS
Sep 8, 2012 8:00am EDT
central florida while governor romney is in virginia. both candidates are talking about that new jobs report. as you might imagine, the two men see it very differently. the president hit the campaign trail with vice president biden and their wives for the first time this campaign season. he told voters in iowa city that the drop in the unemployment rate from 8.3% to 8.1 was a good sign. >> we can do better. we need to create jobs even faster. we need to fill the hole left by this recession. we need to come out of this crisis stronger than we went in. i don't want to get back to where we were in 2007. i want us to do even better. >> across the state in orange city, iowa, republican party mitt romney noted that the 96,000 jobs created last month did not meet economists' expectations. >> it's simply unimaginable. the president said by this time we'd be at 5.4% unemployment. instead we're at 8%. you know the difference that at that makes in how many people would be working in america. 9 million people. >> now that the conventions are behind them, the two candidates have been delivering sh
CBS
Sep 4, 2012 7:00am EDT
will be stumping in virginia today and he will spend the night at the white house, so he will not be in charlotte for his wife's address at the convention, but aides say he will watch it on tv and then head to charlotte, your way, tomorrow. norah and charlie? >> nancy cordes, thanks. with us now, elizabeth warren, the democratic u.s. senate candidate in massachusetts. tomorrow night, she'll introduce bill clinton at the convention. good morning. >> good morning. >> so, the question has become over the weekend, are americans better off than they were four years ago? and do you believe they feel, feel they're better off? >> well, you know, we always have to remember what it was like, really, four years ago. the markets were crashing, the whole financial system was threatening to seize up. remember, that was the conversation? the auto industry was about to plunge over a cliff. a lot of economists were talking about whether or not we were headed for another great depression. you know -- >> do you think they feel they're better off? >> well, but we have to remember what the recklessness on wall street
CBS
Sep 14, 2012 7:00am PDT
. there is new polling out by "the wall street journal," virginia, florida, and ohio. and obama is up in those polls as well. >> that's right. if you take our poll with likely voters and in those states it's among likely voters, the president is ahead outside the margin of error. in those states that we all come to know and pay much attention to, ohio, florida. that's a big deal. >> john, two questions. one, has foreign policy entered the presidential debate in a significant way? >> it has, but i don't think -- unless this is a protracted nightmare in the middle east over the next couple of days, i think we go back to the economy. this election is still all about the economy. >> on the economy, there's a question of the fed having to do this is just one more example of the failed economic policies of the obama administration. >> that's right. the question is whether people really get an understanding of what quantitative means. when they see the stock market go up, they may get a sense that the economy is approving of this move. the question of inflation, you have to see if people really feel
CBS
Sep 21, 2012 7:00am PDT
the virginia destroyers in the opening season of this ufl season. >> reporter: brian banks will have an opportunity to fulfill the dream he's had ever since he was 16 years old to step on a football field as a professional football player. it may not be the nfl, but for brian banks it's a dream come true. >> i'm just thankful for everything that's taken place. >> reporter: what have you learned about yourself? >> i ain't never gonna quit and my persistence is unyielding. no matter what i go through in life, you know, i accept the path that god put before me. >> reporter: driven by the dream of a 16-year-old boy that continues to inspire the man. for "cbs this morning," randy paige in henderson, nevada. >>> great story. wish him well. >> yes. it's a big dream. good to see him on the football field. >>> and before we go today we want to wish robin roberts strength. robin, we're cheering you on. charlie, she recently lost her mom and she said that just gave her extra strength to fight even harder. >> also wish her sister well too. >> that's right. yes, her sister was a perfect match. yo
CBS
Sep 24, 2012 7:00am PDT
've got to do well in florida, ohio, virginia. they think north carolina is going to go for the republicans. it went for obama last time. but there are basically nine states here. romney has a tougher map. he starts with a bit of a deficit, if you count the states that he can certainly count on. wisconsin is another important state to look at. that was one state that obama won in 2008 where romney thought he could make inroads. picked paul ryan. the polls tightened. now the polls have gotten wider there. >> john, based on your reporting, what do you sense mitt romney is going to do differently or is it stay on the same track? >> well, this is the great question with mitt romney. it's been several months where they've various different times said we're going to get more specific. but if you listen to him on the stump, all he has done so far really is just assert his plans over again. well, that hasn't done it so far. so the question is, what's he going to do? it could just be that some people are just tuning in now. maybe when they hear his programs for the first time, pe
CBS
Sep 14, 2012 7:00am EDT
street journal," key states, florida, virginia and highway. and obama is up in those polls as well. >> that's right. if you take our poll with likely voters and in those states among likely voters the president is ahead outside of the margin of error in those states that we've come to know and pay so much attention to, ohio, florida that's a big deal. >> john, one question. has foreign policy entered the presidential debate in a significant way? >> it has but i don't think unlesshis is a protracted nightmare in the middle east over the next couple of days we go back to the economy. >> and on the economy there's a question of republicans and conservatives saying that the fed having to do this is just one more example of the failed economic policies of the obama administration. >> that's right. the question is whether people really get and understand what quantitative easing means. when they see the stock market goes up that gives them a sense that the economy is approving this move and the question of inflation then you have to see whether people really feel that. the verdict on qua
CBS
Sep 4, 2012 7:00am PDT
, that bet is paying off for america. >> reporter: the president is stumping in virginia today, and then spending the night at the white house so he will not be in charlotte for his wife's address. aides say he will watch it on television. and then, charlie and norah, he will head to charlotte tomorrow. see you there. >> nancy, thank you. >>> with us now elizabeth warren, the democratic u.s. senate candidate in massachusetts. tomorrow night she'll introduce former president bill clinton here at the convention. good morning. >> good morning. >> the question has become over the weekend, are americans better off than they were four years ago, and do you believe they feel they are better off. >> well, you know, we always have to remember what it was like really four years ago. the markets were crashing. the whole financial system was threatening to seize up. remember, that was the conversation. the auto industry was about to plunge over a cliff. and there were a lot of economists who were talking about whether or not we were headed for another great depression. you know -- >> do yo
CBS
Sep 22, 2012 5:00am PDT
good wet weather from albany down to say charleston, west virginia will be a wet day. then go down here to south florida. this all part of a big cold front that's offshore and that front is making a move to the northeast. you're thinking even though there's rain in florida, moving to northeast that will be clear. look at the tail. it goes down the yucatan. wet day for south florida. fall begins at 10:49. a little over three hours from now. quick look at the national picture. here's a closer look at your weather for the weekend. >>> make it a great days rebecca. >>> coming up next there's always been one rule as you prepare for retirement. >> how much is left of the nest egg? >> nothing. give or take a thousand. >> give or take a thousand? >> yeah. >> listen, listen -- >> i feel like i'm in the twilight zone. >> we'll tell you how to practice being retired without touching your nest egg and you can actually make money doing it. you're watching cbs "this morning saturday". living with moderate to severe rheumatoid arthritis means living with pain. it could also mean living with joint dama
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